> Feel sorry for this, but GNU/Linux is not ready for the > desktop market, at least for the average user. I've been saying this for a while too, but as both a RedHat stockholder and administrator, I don't like to see this one bit. Once installed, the "basics" of computer use are there and VERY easy to use. For a true computer newbie, such as our elementary age kids, there is nothing to "unlearn". A perfect canvas to build the future of desktop Linux. I think RedHat missed on this one and apparently I'm not alone. To see this news on the same day as the SuSe\Novell announcement sent the stock down sharply. Is anyone listening?